Christians and philanthropists, in every district of the country, are preparing books and communicating the elements of learning to the native ... Circumstances having led me to pay particular attention to the Marathi, I am desirous of laying before the Society a few ... I still remember the interest and delight with which I first read Colebrookea#39;s essay on the Sanskrit and Prakrit ... through the medium of the Asiatic Society, a few remarks on the language which I have made my principal study.
|Title||:||the journal of the royal asiatic society of great britian and ireland|
|Author||:||john w. parker|